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14:00h. make your way to the Old Town hall, admire the Astronomical clock, go inside the main hall and buy yourself a Prague Card (4 days card www.praguecard.biz ), Then get your ticket (free with Prague Card) to climb your first tower of the trip: the tower of the Town Hall. Next stop: visiting the inside of the Town Hall, with underneath the excavations of a medieval street!
14:30h. very late lunch (or in our case: birthdaycake!) at the terrace of the Palace, best view in Prague, brilliant white chocolate milk! (you can also sit outside in winter, they have these nice terrace heaters and blankets)
You can of course also visit the exhibition at the palace (when you still feel up to it after all you have been seeing so far) When you're into concerts: they have a concert daily at 1pm (you can go straight after the changing of the guards!)
16:30h. after a stroll in the Old town, in the Castle district, have yourself a nice beer in the Brewerybar (old micro-brewery in monastry, now part of ' The Augustine' hotel ). The old fundaments of the monastery are still visible, the bar is modern but fitting!
19:00h. Dinnertime! For us this was the best Medieval restaurant, with the rugs on the seats and the waiters in style, and it even manages to be romantic! (the candle- light might have something to do with that) The food was great as well!
21:00h. When you finish eating in time, you can join the ghost tour, starting near the Town hall. Okay, it's not as funny as the ones in Edinburgh, but still you see a lot of things you wouldn't see on your own and it isn't that expensive.
11:45 take the metro to the national museum. Take a little break in the museum cafe, have a coffee with a slice of cake and admire the building, after that plunge yourself into the archaeological, meralogical and temporary exhibitions.